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CD player/recorder

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by avalonfr, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Can anyone recommend a good (not too expensive) CD player/recorder for Listening Comps, etc? Preferably for use with multiple sets of headphones ? Ability to record CD to CD, if possible?? Thanks!
     
  2. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Can anyone recommend a good (not too expensive) CD player/recorder for Listening Comps, etc? Preferably for use with multiple sets of headphones ? Ability to record CD to CD, if possible?? Thanks!
     
  3. All modern computers can make MP3 recordings that can be stored on CDs. But I hardly ever use CDs these days. When I am on the move - on foot or in my car - I play most recordings via my iPod or iPhone.
    Regards
    Graham Davies
     
  4. FrauSue

    FrauSue New commenter

    I suggest you look at Coomber products (http://www.coomber.co.uk/). This looks like the product you want: http://www.coomber.co.uk/products-page/some-audio-equipment/6000-series/. I have one and it's great for burning tapes to CD as well as CD to CD. There are 6 headphone sockets and 2 microphone sockets.
    Another option is to look at going digital, e.g. uploading mp3 tracks to a school's VLE and doing listening comprehension in the computer room. This isn't always possible or practical, though, if you only want to do a 10 minute listening task in a lesson.
    Hope that helps.

     

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